In today’s super-safety-conscious times — when street signs warn there’s a stop sign ahead, and you (wink, wink) can’t make a left turn out of Stop & Shop or Saugatuck Elementary School — it’s amazing that one Westport roadway has become more dangerous.
A while ago, the guardrail was removed from a stretch of Main Street. It’s on the west side — on your left, if you’re headed out of town toward
Bogey’s 323 whatever.
True, no driver, bicyclist or jogger has plunged into woods.
I wonder why the guardrail is gone — and if whoever removed it thinks a few wooden horses are a good replacement.